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Oh, English. It’s like a language made by committee. A SNAFU of epic proportion, made up of the words and rules of pretty much the rest of the Indo-European language tree. 1,611 more words



Herodotus’ Histories, Apollonius’ Argonautica, Euripides’ Medea. Most of us can name at least one or two ancient works. If you’re a churchy-type you might even be able to name several of the books in the Old and New Testaments of the Bible (the Roman Catholic Church uses Latin, and the New Testament was written in Greek, so I’m totally counting these as part of my field). 1,013 more words



We all, hopefully, know the story of the Trojan War. As a super short recap, Paris of Troy captured Helen of Sparta. King Menelaus of Sparta, quite pissed about his wife being abducted, asked his brother, King Agamemnon of Mycenae, for help raising an army to attack Troy and take her back. 642 more words


Moses' Horns

That is Michelangelo’s “Moses”, Moses as in the biblical figure, as in the basis for Charlton Heston—­­­or is that the other way around. And those are indeed horns. 234 more words


Iotas in Lil' Tokyo


Hitting up Little Tokyo with my favs!

Stop 1: Wolf and Crane. Had their High Ball. Scotch whiskey, ginger ale, soda. Simple and concise. 87 more words

Self-Defense and Friendships

A few of the first male friends I made at Rutgers University are part of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc. I had no idea that these guys were part of greek life because they didn’t follow the stigmatized attitude and personality that fraternity guys are supposed to have. 313 more words